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In our Wauquiez 48 Pilot Saloon we are cruising oceans, experiencing the rich diversity of peoples, cultures and nature while sharing these unique encounters with like-minded sailors.
In the words of George Orwell: ‘Beauty is meaningless until it is shared’.
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Category Archives: Ireland
Or Azores to Kinsale and Dublin On 30th June, it was comings and goings at Ponta Delgada airport, with Elaine departing (see Amazing Azores post) on the same flight on which Martin Goodchild arrived. It’s not the first time we … Continue reading
And this is supposed to be the start of summer? It’s really a day for curling up in front of a log fire with the Sunday papers! The latter we can source easily, but a log fire doesn’t come with … Continue reading
Summer has finally arrived for Alan, who couldn’t believe it was Ireland without any rain! It’s now falling by the bucketload.. But we did have an exciting sail yesterday from Crosshaven, with southwesterly winds gusting up to 27 knots, and … Continue reading
Alan joined us last night for a week’s sailing to Dublin! He was treated to a feast of mackerel caught earlier that afternoon by Bob while we were sailing along at 4 knots (more or less the ideal speed for … Continue reading